Blog tagged as kidsmentalhealth

Healthy And Unhealthy Competition
Competition is not always healthy. Knowing the difference between healthy and unhealthy competition is key to a successful lifestyle.
First Day of School
If you are a parent, you are preparing your child for back to school. Here's some tips to help you with this process and avoid stress.
Mental health in children and young people
Are you a parent? Would you like to know how your child's mental health is? Below you will find some information about child's mental health.
The Importance of Sense of Humor! 
Sense of humor in children is crucial to their mental well being. A healthy sense of humor is important for a child's good mental health.
Gardening as a Hobby
Gardening is a hobby that can be enjoyed by people of all ages, It is not just a way to connect with nature but also a way to increase awareness.
A Gifted Child
What are the characteristics of gifted child ? Find out the traits you should know about them, what you can do to help your child learn more effectively.
Attitude or IQ – Which is more important?
We live with the notion that IQ is a key factor in determining our success, you will be pleasantly surprised that, it is a myth. Carol Dweck, a leading Stanford psychologist, found that attitude is a better predictor of success.
15.07.21 10:01 AM - Comment(s)
Power of Questions!
"Questions are the root of everything great I have done in life. The most creative ideas ever experienced are often conceptualized by asking simple questions." - Jeff Shinabarger
15.06.21 11:05 AM - Comment(s)
Look ahead with Hope, Faith and Resilience! Welcome to 2021_22!
Distance teaches us to appreciate the days that we are able to spend together and distance teaches us the definition of patience. It is a reminder that every moment is special and every second together should be cherished.
17.05.21 04:58 PM - Comment(s)
Our education system was not built to withstand a period of extended shutdowns. According to a recent United Nations report, “The COVID-19 pandemic has created the largest disruption in the history of education, affecting nearly 1.6 billion learners in more than 190 countries across the globe.
16.04.21 04:36 PM - Comment(s)